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Assuming you’ve downloaded ./configure && make && make install the latest nginx and have mysql, svn already installed. More info on installing svn and setting up svn here.

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The fix (change to whatever language or version of english you’re using eg en_GB):

apt-get install language-pack-en-base

export LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8
export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8
locale-gen en_US.UTF-8
dpkg-reconfigure locales

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First install imagemagick.

sudo apt-get install imagemagick

Then cd to your folder with your jpg images and type the following:

mogrify -quality 75 *jpg

Image optimization quality is defined by the number after -quality. In this example 75%.

Update: Forget Wine. Virtualbox from Sun is free and far superior. You can run Ie6, Ie7, Ie8. You’ll need to go to the following page and follow the instructions. It’s important that you read down the comments to get everything set up as needed.

Main article, and comment.

If you get a blue screen of death on start up you will need to start safe mode by (frantically) hitting F8 at Windows boot and choosing safe mode. Once in safe mode run regedit and change Start value to ‘4’ for the following then restart windows:



Further References Ubuntu ie6, ie7, ie8, Bluescreen fix.

How to install and run Ie6 on Internet Explorer on Ubuntu Ibex with Wine Tricks.

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I looked at different ways to “Search and Replace” Text in Files Recursively using the Linux Command Line.

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Here’s an explanation of a desktop setup for Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex.

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If you’d like to include scripts that get run on boot for Ubuntu Desktop you can use synaptic manager to load BootUp-Manager. 

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An easy way to fix your windows mbr with the Ubuntu LiveCd.

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Install Nginx on Ubuntu with SSL and the right libraries.

NginxInstallOptions – Nginx Wiki:

Example on Ubuntu/debian with libgcrypt11-dev, libpcre3-dev and libssl-dev installed (choose EITHER –with-md5 OR –with-sha1, but not both; on debian and ubuntu, they should both point to /usr/lib) ./configure –with-openssl=/usr/lib/ssl/ –with-md5=/usr/lib